I Farm were a skate-punk rock band, later turned melodic hardcore/punk band with pop-punk & thrash elements. Their sound is defintely one of a kind, with influences ranging from: Black Flag, Descendents, NoMeansNo & more. They started in Ithaca, NY and ended in Brooklyn, NY. I Farm was: Arun Farm, John Meredith, Josh Carothers, and also included: John Conklin, Jeremy Curtin, & Phil Thy.

I Farm released material spanning from the early 1990’s to 2006, with their last album and last release ever, “IV”. They’ve released records on Creep Records, Crap Records, Traffic Violation Records, & Go-Kart Records. Yo Yo Records in Germany also released “Sincerely, Robots”, “Is Lying To Be Popular”, & “IV” on 12 inch vinyl LP.

Arun Farm, real name Arun Chaudhary, served as official White House Videographer during Barack Obama’s first term in office.


(Singles, Splits, E.P.’s)
Self-Titled 7” E.P.
“This One’s Better” 7” E.P. 1995
I Farm / Thirsty- Split 7” (Crap)
I Farm / Operation: Cliff Clavin- Split 7”/CD E.P. (Traffic Violation) 1998
“Two Selected Works” CD Collection (Big Empty) 2003

“So My Kids Won’t Have To” CD (Creep/Crap) 1996-97
“Sincerely Robots” CD/LP (Cool Guy/Yo Yo) 2000
“Is Lying To Be Popular” CD/LP (Go-Kart/Yo Yo) 2003-04
“IV” CD/LP (Go-Kart/Yo Yo) 2006

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Edited by waitingtoderail on 22 Nov 2012, 06:41

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